Vol. VI, No.2

Winter 1978

Issue 22


TABLE OF CONTENTS

BITTERSWEET COUNTRY
More news about our new book.

TIMBER TALK
Discovering Indian messages in living trees.

PRESERVING THE PAST BY MAKING JELLY
Directions for making jelly using natural pectin.

GONE TO A BRIGHT HOME WHERE GRIEF CANNOT COME
Philosophical thoughts in an out-of-the-way cemetery.

TRAPPING ON THE RIVER
John Earl Kays gives pointers on trapping for mink, muskrat and beaver.

WATER WITCHING I I
Lillian Humphreys shows how to tell the depth of underground water.

"SOMEBODY HAD TO DO IT..."
A visit with Iva Bradshaw.

THIS SPEECH OF OURS
More words and phrases picked up from our visits.

NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE EDITOR
News about our busy schedule.

CABOOL
Fact and fancy from the author's home town.

GONE GIGGING
A beginner's account of her first winter fishing with a gig.

WE ONCE GATHERED HERE
Elegy for a country church.

I DISCOVERED AMERICA IN 1904
A visit with Warren Cook.

USE IT UP, WEAR IT OUT, MAKE IT DO OR DO WITHOUT
Warren Cook gives us a look at old farming methods.

PUBLISHER'S INFORMATION


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